Campus Coordinator (San Francisco)

The David Project

Campus Coordinators train student leaders on the methodology and skills of relational advocacy – The David Project’s theory of change. Our coordinators represent the organization when working with students to positively shape campus discourse on Israel. An ideal campus coordinator has an entrepreneurial spirit, is flexible, and employs a versatile set of skills in order to contribute in many ways – including leading workshops, writing blogs, and discussing with students over coffee the importance of Israel advocacy.

Campus Coordinators will:
- Establish relationships with pro-Israel student leaders and organizations as well as with campus professionals on a portfolio of campuses
- Work closely with our professional partners at Hillel on each campus
- Consult with students and student groups to help them map their campuses for strategic outreach
- Manage several teams of student advocates and several projects concurrently
- Teach students to build bridges with new communities on campus
- Design and lead workshops and trainings at college campuses, conferences, and seminars
- Recruit for David Project initiatives and programs
- Research the Israel environment on campus
- Lead trips to Israel for college students

The ideal candidate will have the following:
- Excellent interpersonal, organizational, communication, writing, and presentation skills
- Comfortable leading workshops and speaking in front of groups
- Prior leadership and organizing experience
- Relevant work and/or volunteer experience
- Knowledge of Israeli history as well as an understanding of the Arab-Israeli conflict
- The ability to work remotely and independently
- Willingness to work around student schedules, may include some nights and weekends
- Willingness to travel 50 percent of the time

Preferred Skills/Experiences:
- The ideal candidate will have prior experience working in the Israel or Jewish world, specifically on campus, 1 + years preferred
- The ideal candidate will have familiarity working, living, or studying in the San Francisco/Sacramento/Bay Area
- The ideal candidate will have an intimate understanding of the campus climates in the San Francisco/Sacramento/Bay Area


TO APPLY: Send a cover letter, resume, salary requirements and references via email with the subject line “Campus Coordinator” to: Dylan Morpurgo, Campus Manager, CC: Juan Pardo, Finance/HR Manager,